January 2012 already

January 3, 20122

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and all the best for 2012  My family and I  had a wonderful Christmas which included seeing the Christmas Train at Stanley Park...

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and all the best for 2012 

My family and I  had a wonderful Christmas which included seeing the Christmas Train at Stanley Park (a must see especially if  you have kids anytime of year- it was pouring rain) and Bloedel Floral Conservatory. The Blodedel Floral Conservatory really surprised me! I was expecting just a bunch of pretty flowers but I was surprised to see such a wonderful tropical Christmas display… who knew poinsettias did so well in a tropical environment lol

Here’s some pictures 🙂

      

Tropical Christmas                                                                                                                                                                    Christmas train

 

Winner 

The winner of  my contest from  December  is actually two people  (thanks Jenny and Natalia) — couldn’t choose between two songs! So I will be doing a mash-up/remix of  Here comes the sun and Sunrise Sunset … this will be a free download for everyone! What should you expect — lol well much like how I wrote the music for the Wooden Bowl (http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Wooden-Bowl/307019979324594) — i dreamt it last night! Seems to be the best way to work lol Let’s just say I’m very excited about this new song 🙂

 

Pardalis Music Studio 

yes, lessons start up again today!

Let’s see what kinda of plots we can come up with this semester

“excellent” in Mr burns’ voice (yes, im rubbing my hands just like Mr. Burns on the Simpsons lol )

 

Performance

I have upcoming performance @ Guilt and Company in gastown (1 alexander downstairs) on Sunday Jan 22, 2012 — We’ll be on at about 8 pm. Hope to see you all there!

 

 

 

2 comments

  • Clare

    January 4, 2012 at 3:07 am

    Yes, Ponsettias (with a pronouncable ‘i’ at the end) are tropical. In Mexico, where they’re from, they grow as bushes up to 16′ in height.

  • natavivi

    January 4, 2012 at 3:26 am

    wow that big 🙂 who knew — very cool! 🙂

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